Pay attention to two streets - Bach Dang Street in Hai Chau District on the left bank and Tran Hung Dao in Son Tra District on the right. Running virtually on the river banks, these two streets are ideal for strollers who love to enjoy riverine cityscape. Bach Dang is specially recommended if you have only limited time. Start at the Cham Museum and go down Bach Dang. Along the way on your right hand side are paved parks on the bank, where local people gather at dawn and dusk for the day's physical exercises or jogging sessions. On the street, there is a market, mainly selling fish, which meets in early morning and can be recognized from afar by its
Passing Cho Han (Han Market), which is named after the river, you will arrive at the municipal post office, and only minutes away is Han Bridge, which may not be the largest bridge in Danang but arguably the best-known one for symbolizing the city. Walking under the bridge's vault will definitely be an exciting experience full of fresh air from the river.
Down the river towards the estuary is the Han River Port which has lost much of its past glory and is to be a tourist port now. Nearer to the sea is the Thuan Phuoc Fish Port. Try to pay a visit to this traditional fish port in Danang before it is moved to pave the way for tourist facilities.